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Cheap Bluetooth Headset/Receiver that pairs w/ two,+ devices

I am looking for a cheap (under 40 bucks) bluetooth reciever or headset that can pair with two devices. Can anyone help me on this, or do bt recievers only have the ability to pair w/ one device?

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So 20 bucks per with transmitters?

Sorry but it's very simple. Look at the Bluetooth "Profiles" and you don't find a multicast audio system.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bluetooth_protocols and the demo of such was just that. Never made it into the spec.

This means you need 2 transmitters and 2 headsets.
Bob

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Multipoint?

Multipoint is when it could be paired with two devices simulatinously though.

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How do you intend to do that?

I don't see it in the Bluetooth spec.

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